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Guilherme, J. L., Burnside, R. J., Collar, N. J., Dolman, P. M.

(2018)

Consistent nest-site selection across habitats increases fitness in Asian Houbara,

in Auk

135

(2)

pp. 192-205

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Mahood, S. P., Silva, J. P., Dolman, P. M., Burnside, R. J.

(2018)

Proposed power transmission lines in Cambodia constitute a significant new threat to the largest population of Bengal florican Houbaropsis bengalensis,

in Oryx

52

(1)

pp. 147-155

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Formica, A. F., Burnside, R. J., Dolman, P. M.

(2017)

Rainfall validates MODIS-derived NDVI as an index of spatio-temporal variation in green biomass across non-montane semi-arid and arid Central Asia,

in Journal of Arid Environments

142

pp. 11–21

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Burnside, R. J., Collar, N. J., Dolman, P. M.

(2017)

Comparative migration strategies of wild and captive-bred Asian Houbara Chlamydotis macqueenii,

in Ibis

159

(2)

pp. 374–389

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Koshkin, M., Burnside, R. J., Packman, C. E., Collar, N. J., Dolman, P. M.

(2016)

Effects of habitat and livestock on nest productivity of the Asian houbara Chlamydotis macqueenii in Bukhara Province, Uzbekistan,

in European Journal of Wildlife Research

62

(4)

pp. 447–459

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Koshkin, M., Burnside, R., Collar, N., Guilherme, J., Showler, D., Dolman, P.

(2016)

Effects of habitat and land use on breeding season density of male Asian Houbara Chlamydotis macqueenii,

in Journal of Ornithology

157

(3)

pp. 811–823

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Burnside, R., Collar, N., Scotland, K., Dolman, P.

(2016)

Survival rates of captive-bred Asian Houbara Chlamydotis macqueenii in a hunted migratory population,

in Ibis

158

(2)

pp. 353-361

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Dolman, P., Collar, N., Scotland, K., Burnside, R.

(2015)

Ark or park: the need to predict relative effectiveness of ex situ and in situ conservation before attempting captive breeding,

in Journal of Applied Ecology

52

(4)

pp. 841–850

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Key Research Interests

I am a conservation biologist with a special focus on reintroduction biology. Overall, the aim of my research is to understand the contribution of captive-breeding to conservation and reintroduction projects. Currently I am working in collaboration with Birdlife International and the Emirates Bird Breeding Centre for Conservation (EBBCC) to develop an evidence-based approach for the conservation and sustainable hunting of the threatened Asian Houbara Chlamydotis macqueenii

We carry out fieldwork every year in Uzbekistan to understand the ecology of the wild Houbara as well as  long-term monitoring of captive-bred and released Houbara.